During a visit to Naguar district, CM Vasundhara Raje visited students of Shri Bangur Women’s College in Didwana and had a dialogue with them. A few girls also asked interesting questions from CM Raje concerned with her life and the driving force behind her success. Raje not only answered their questions but also encouraged the girls to dream and fulfill those dreams with full conviction. Vasundhara Raje in Didwana
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Addressing a crowd of young girls, CM Raje guided them saying that there will always be some obstacles that will test your patience but if you have the dedication to stay on the correct path, you will surely achieve success. She said that it’s impossible for anyone to fulfill their dreams without hard work but if you believe in yourself, then it won’t be difficult to achieve what you dream of. Vasundhara Raje in Didwana
The young girls expressed interest in Raje’s life experiences and also put forth questions about the kind of challenges that she had faced in her career. One girl named Aruna Sharma asked CM as to how she reached this stage in her career in a political environment which is dominated by men. Vasundhara Raje in Didwana
To this, Raje replied that despite being born in a wealthy family, she had to face a lot of problems but she was always determined not to deviate from her path. She gave all the credit to her hard work and determination behind her success and achievements.
Another student named Avantika posed a question about Swachhta Abhiyan to which Raje pointed out that the girl students can act as change agents in driving the Cleanliness Campaign towards success.
Talking to the girls who aspire to become teachers in their career, Raje said that this is a big responsibility. She said that a teacher plays a crucial role in shaping and improves the lives of people and a good bond between the teacher and students can go a long way in ensuring the progress of an institution.
Apart from sharing her words of wisdom and guidance with the young girls, she also talked about the positive change in Bangur College from the time she last visited the place. She also appreciated work of Didwana Development Council Committee for the overall development of the district.
Several dignitaries and officials were present at the occasion including Mr. C.R. Chaudhary (Minister of State for Food and Civil Supplies), Mr. Yunus Khan (Public Works Minister), Mr. Shankar Lal Paraswat (Chairman of Didwana Development Council Committee) and others.